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williamgibson So last night I met William Gibson. What a super nice man. I was, I think, only slightly to mildly retarded while speaking to him. He said very nice things to me and it was a pretty great and extremely surreal experience. I kept having flashbacks to watching him on Prisoners of Gravity as a teenager.

Aside from the personal meeting, the Q&A itself was inspiring. My ongoing creative struggles seem small and ridiculous when compared with the pressures and ups and downs of a quarter century career largely saddled with the expectations of others.

Posted on - September 23, 2007 [at] 9:08 am by Brad
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7 Comments on this post

jamie on William Gibson 2.0
September 26, 2007 at 7:22 pm

whoa, dude, where and how did this come about? seriously, supercool.

zouhair on William Gibson 2.0
September 27, 2007 at 9:35 pm

That’s it?? details please!!!

We have no life, give us some gossip.

boolean on William Gibson 2.0
September 30, 2007 at 9:40 am

I must reiterate zouhair’s comments. We, your people, demand further details. If not for us, for history, man.

I bet he had less than a gigabyte of personal storage on him, didn’t he?

Brad on William Gibson 2.0
September 30, 2007 at 9:56 am

I didn’t quiz him about his personal storage. I’m assuming he had a cell phone and that’s about it. He told me he listens to music mostly in his car so I don’t think he has an iPod or anything.

There wasn’t anything very gossip-worthy. He said a lot of super nice things to me which modesty prevents me from blogging. He’s a very, very tall man.

failrate on William Gibson 2.0
October 9, 2007 at 12:09 am

I met him at a book signing. I was so stunned, I could only talk to him about Burning Chrome and Bears On Wheels.

Cheez on William Gibson 2.0
October 16, 2007 at 3:17 am

Not to change the subject, but adding to what you said, I think ongoing creative struggles are definitely synonymous with ongoing creativity. At least that has always been the case for me. Props to Brad for getting ready to pump out album #2. Can’t wait to BUY it.

Ben HURR on William Gibson 2.0
March 18, 2009 at 11:47 pm

William Gibson is quite possibly the most overrated and awful writer of our times. His gratuitous abuse of punctuation and run-on sentences is mind-boggling. How the fuck did he ever get so popular?

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